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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

January Club Meeting

January 24, 2014
Our first club meeting of the year.  We will be meeting at the Pioneer Village in Provo on 600 N and 500 W in the old school house from 1800-2100.  There will be hot chocolate, (eat before you come this time) and we will be talking about ways to communicate in a survival situation (Signals, Morse Code, Trail Markers, Ground to Air Signals, and Ham Radios).  We will hand out information on how to get your Ham License and the best ways to study for the test.

If you are looking for a GREAT little Ham Radio then check this out!  http://www.wildjakes.com/wj/Store.aspx

Go to the Communications link and look at the Baofeng BF-F8+ Radio

5 comments:

  1. I plan to be there. I may be an hour or more late due to travel time from Park City on that particular night....

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    1. Jared thanks for posting a comment. I would like it if you could bring your radio with you. I would also like to make a list of all the Ham call signs in our group. I think that we should include there favorite repeaters that they hang out on.

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    2. I will bring a handheld radio, and a mobile radio. Excellent idea on the repeater list!

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  2. That was a great meeting Jake. It makes me realize I need to stop being lazy and brush up on my HAM skills. It's an important skill to have for many reasons. That little radio is much more convenient and affordable.

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